The Forbidden Apple is named in honor of Arthur Appleton’s four-time graded stakes winning millionaire who ran 31 times and retired at age 8. The Christophe Clement-trained son of Pleasant Colony won the Grade 1 Manhattan in 2001 and went on to run second in that year’s Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Mile.
Race 9. Forbidden Apple Stakes(G3T). For four-year-old and up at one mile on turf. Purse $150,000.
|1||Gidu||Manuel Franco||Todd A. Pletcher||12/1|
|2||First Premio||Jose L. Ortiz||Mark E. Casse||10/1|
|3||Hembree||Luis Saez||Michael J. Maker||8/1|
|4||Offering Plan||Javier Castellano||Chad C. Brown||6/1|
|5||March to the Arch||Tyler Gaffalione||Mark E. Casse||6/1|
|6||Made You Look||Irad Ortiz, Jr.||Chad C. Brown||4/1|
|7||Voodoo Song||Jose Lezcano||Linda Rice||3/1|
|8||Qurbaan||Joel Rosario||Kiaran P. McLaughlin||6/1|
|9||Mr Havercamp||Junior Alvarado||Catherine Day Phillips||15/1|
|10||Doctor Mounty||John R. Velazquez||Shug McGaughey||15/1|
$2 Wager Paid
Made You Look ran fourth.
Qurbaan went off as the 2/1 favorite.
Our Top Three Picks:
- Voodoo Song
- Made You Look
- March to the Arch